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Julia Ried

Isabella Alden (1841-1930)

1. 01 – In Which I Find My Sphere
2. 02 – In Which I Am Puzzled
3. 03 – In Which I Meet the Social Question
4. 04 – In Which I Become Sub-Sexton
5. 05 – In Which Work Is Done for Eternity
6. 06 – In Which I Meet the Other Side of the Question
7. 07 – In Which Is a Troubled Sunday
8. 08 – In Which I Discover a Christian Duty
9. 09 – In Which I Have a Religious Conversation
10. 10 – In Which We Make Calls and Comments
11. 11 – In Which My Head Gets Ahead of My Heart
12. 12 – In Which I Find a Slippery Path
13. 13 – In Which I Follow a False Light
14. 14 – In Which I Am Stung with the Truth
15. 15 – In Which Is Discussed the Difference Between White and Black
16. 16 – In Which I Have but One Voice
17. 17 – In Which I Tread Among the Shadows
18. 18 – In Which the Blind Led the Blind
19. 19 – In Which Are Conflicting Forces
20. 20 – In Which Are Some Searching Questions
21. 21 – In Which Class Is Not Considered
22. 22 – In Which the Comfort of Mourning Is Discussed
23. 23 – In Which I Prove the Truth of an Old Adage
24. 24 – In Which Is a Surprise and a Blessing
25. 25 – In Which There Is Much Joy and Some Work
26. 26 – In Which I Feel My Destiny Approaching
27. 27 – In Which I Looked for One Scene and Found Another
28. 28 – In Which He Led Us in Paths that We Did Not Know

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Summary

Authored by Isabella M. Alden under the pen name “Pansy.” Sequel to “Ester Ried.” Julia Ried must take a job as a bookkeeper in a factory to earn a living. The mistress of her boardinghouse influences her in a negative way, drawing her into a life and attitude displeasing to God. Will her family and friends be able to convince her stand up for what’s right?